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Duckietown: An open, inexpensive and flexible platform for autonomy education and research
  • Liam Paull, J. Tani, +27 authors A. Censi
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • IEEE International Conference on Robotics and…
  • 1 May 2017
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We present “Duckietown,” an open, inexpensive and flexible platform for autonomy education and research. Expand
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Quantifying protocol evaluation for autonomous collision avoidance
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This paper presents a means to quantify and subsequently evaluate the otherwise subjective nature of COLREGS thus providing a path toward standardized evaluation and certification of collision avoidance systems based on admiralty case law and on-water experience. Expand
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Preliminary Interactions of Human-Robot Trust, Cognitive Load, and Robot Intelligence Levels in a Competitive Game
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This paper presents a pilot study in which we examine the interactions between human-robot teammate trust, cognitive load, and robot intelligence levels. Expand
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A Human-Robot Speech Interface for an Autonomous Marine Teammate
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In this paper, we present our human-robot speech dialog system and compare participant responses to having human versus autonomous vehicle teammates escorting and holding station at locations of interest. Expand
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Exploring Human-Robot Trust During Teaming in a Real-World Testbed
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Project Aquaticus is a human-robot teaming competition on the water involving autonomous surface vehicles and human operated motorized kayaks. Expand
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Collision avoidance road test for COLREGS-constrained autonomous vehicles
Recently developed algorithms quantify and subsequently evaluate COLREGS performance in collision avoidance scenarios based on vessel track data. Combining these evaluation algorithms with proposedExpand
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Dangerous HRI: Testing Real-World Robots has Real-World Consequences
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The Dangerous HRI workshop brings together researchers who perform experiments with some risk of bodily harm to participants and discuss strategies for mitigating this risk while still maintaining validity of the experiment. Expand
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Aquaticus: Publicly Available Datasets from a Marine Human-Robot Teaming Testbed
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In this paper, we introduce publicly available human-robot teaming datasets captured while humans and fully autonomous robots play a competitive game of capture the flag on the water using our Aquaticus testbed. Expand
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An Overview of Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Systems and Sensors at Georgia Tech
As the ocean attracts great attention on environmental issues and resources as well as scientific and military tasks, the need for the use of underwater vehicle systems has become more apparent.Expand
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